"Where the Jazz God Plays: or, The Feverish Life of a Movie Star" was written by "Olive Paige" and serialized in Movie Weekly (Aug. 12, 19, 26) in 1922.
Scanned from microfilm from the Taylorology library. This is the account of a nanny who lived with the family of a silent film director for a few months in 1921. They lived in an upscale apartment building in Hollywood, and a famous film star lived in the same building. Names in the story have been changed, but some are clearly recognizable:
Floria Olsen Bernstien = Gloria Swanson Somborn,
John Crookes = Frank Urson,
Rhoda Crookes = Peggy Urson,
Dana Allen = Dana Todd,
"Mickey" Marshall = Marshall Neilan,
Sarah Stiles Sinter = Mary Miles Minter.
According to the Alpine Historical Society, "Olive Paige" was actually Marguerite Borden Head, who later wrote under the name Zuella Sterling. Historical references allow relatively precise dating of the time covered by the article; Baby Gloria's first birthday would have been on October 7, 1921, and the arsenic/celery poisoning incidents took place in November 1921, as did Thanksgiving, of course.